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Joe Fay is content director, events at Situation Publishing. He has been covering technology and business for over 20 years, and edited publications in London and San Francisco.
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Microsoft waves $300,000 at hackers, says ‘do your worst’ to Azure Security Lab

Microsoft asked hackers to “come and do their worst” as it unveiled a dedicated security Lab for Azure and jacked up the bounty on offer for researchers...
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Class action lawyers accuse GitHub of encouraging hacking, negligence over Capital One breach

A class action law suit brought on behalf of victims of the massive Capital One data breach has accused GitHub of encouraging hacking and of negligence by...
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CloudBees spins out JenkinsX distro, support plans

CloudBees has released its first JenkinsX Distribution, alongside paid support plans for customers who want handholding while implementing the Kubernetes focused CI/CD platform. The...
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Google flies to Tokyo, debuts cloud migration services and load balancer

Google used the Tokyo edition of its Next conference to unwrap further services designed to tempt users onto its Cloud platform. The firm has...
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What’s the point: GitHub and Slack, VMware on Google, Icinga update, and Linus orphans...

GitHub and Slack have flagged up new features as part of their integration cum app. Fans of the Microsoft-owned repo and the recently listed ChatOps platform can...
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GitLab plugs 14 vulnerabilities in latest security release, beat GitHub in cutting off Crimea...

GitLab has moved to plug a whole stack of vulnerabilities in its code management/DevOps platform, advising customers to upgrade to the latest versions “immediately”.
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GitHub cuts off Crimean dev as US trade sanctions bite on tech providers

A developer based in Crimea has sparked debate after revealing that GitHub has been forced to restrict his account because of US sanctions. Russia...

Red Hat CTO says no change to OpenShift, conference swag plans after IBM buy

Red Hat’s CTO took to Reddit this week to reassure fans that the company would stick to its open source knitting after the firm absorbed by IBM...
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MLfLow highlights logging and tracking in v1.1

MLflow has hit 1.1 with fleshed out logging and tracking features, and experimental support for running projects on Kubernetes. The team behind the machine...
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Ansible extends time between upgrades, space between core and community modules

Ansible fans will have to wait a little longer for upgrades to the Red Hat/IBM-owned automation platform in the future, as it overhauls the way it delivers...